Brit branding abroad

6th November 2009 at 00:00

New quality-assured standards are to be introduced for British schools teaching in English overseas. The move was welcomed by the Council of British International Schools (Cobis), which represents the 5,000-plus schools. The end of the present voluntary inspection arrangements would reassure parents and improve the "brand" of British education abroad, the council said.

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